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May 2016 The Watermark 209 S. Center Street A monthly publication for Active Older Adults Volume 19 Issue 5 Beaver Dam, WI 53916 9208874639 Celebrate LIFE HAPPY BIRTHDAY BEAVER DAM LEARNING . .

MondayFriday Hours Office 730 am430 pm Walking 600 am600 pm 920 8874639 bdcascityofbeaverdam.com www.cityofbeaverdam.combdcas 209 S. Center St. Beaver Dam, WI 53916 Mission To promote social, educati

ADMINISTRATORS DESK IN THE SW CORNER I have been enjoying my lovely new office for about 3 months now Its very spacious since a conference room is located there too The woodshop is still working on th

MOVE TO THE MUSIC STARTS MONDAY, MAY 2 Class time 400500 pm Cost FREE Class meets Monday Thursday Join instructor Gloria Waddell and Move to the Music Basic exercises combined with a variety of props

AGING MASTERY PROGRAM Get a Masters Degree in aging Beaver Dam is one of 12 communities in Wisconsin to offer this amazing opportunity to discover how wonderful it can be to explore the ages, your own

BEAVER DAM SPRING SENIOR EXPO WEDNESDAY, MAY 18 Time 900 am200 pm Wayland Academy Field House 101 N. University Avenue The Active Adult Resource Council is excited to present the 20th annual Expo. Act

NATIONAL SENIOR HEALTH FITNESS DAY Tuesday, May 24 8001100 am 209 S. Center Street, Beaver Dam To register, call 920 8874639 INFORMATION STATIONS PRESENTATIONS DEMOS 9001000 am Outdoor Act

ROGER NOLL PRESENTS BEAVER DAM TUESDAY, MAY 10, 600 PM Is it Swan Park or Swan City Park Do you have a favorite memory of this premier park Did you spend time there as a kid Take in a concert Maybe yo

BD FIRE DEPT. HEALTH SAFETY NOTES Submitted by Lana Letto, Administrative Assistant Today, Americans are living longer while staying active and healthy, but adults 65 and older are at risk for falls.

RECIPE OF THE MONTH GREEN SMOOTHIE Makes 2 servings Ingredients 1 banana 1 cup green grapes 1 6 ounce container low fat vanilla Greek yogurt green apple, cored and chopped 1 cups fresh spinach

WELCOME ORIENTATION MONDAY, MAY 16 The Watermark always welcomes new members. You are invited to learn more about our programs, activities, policies and procedures at 1000 am on the 3rd Monday of each

Sunday 1 2 730 800 815 900 1000 100 Monday 3 Coffee Conversation Cribbage Gentle Yoga Woodcarving Strong Women 10Cent 2Bit Sheepshead Euchre 400 Move to the Music 500 Pom Dance Coffee Conversatio

Thursday 5 Pinochle Arthritis Exercise Wii Bowling 10Cent 2Bit Sheepshead Pepper Sheepshead 130 Movie ClubThe Martian 400 Move to the Music 500 Pom Dance 800 815 900 100 Friday 6 800 Cribbage 100 1

THANK YOU AARP TAX PREPARERS Thank you so much to the volunteers who helped over 812 people file their income tax forms this year. Coordinator Diane Follmer noted that the service is available to ever

LEADERSHIP BEAVER DAM NEWS by Wayne Schmitz 38 million budget 51 of the students are at the poverty level Some of the Points of Pride in our District are Theme Education in our Community March 9,

YOUR BENEFIT NEWS Submitted by Amanda Higgins, Dodge County Elder Benefit Specialist Multitarget stool DNA test ex Cologuard is covered once every 3 years if meet the following You are between 50 an

CONCERTS IN SWAN PARKBAND SHELL WEDNESDAYS, 700830 PM Plenty of seating is available, or bring your own lawn chair, and dont forget the bug spray Bring along some change, there may be concessions. Jun

BOOK CLUB NEWS by Patti Maleck The book club will meet on Monday, May 23 at 1000 am to discuss the contents of the selected book of the month. If you would like to join, stop by the Customer Service D

WOODSHOP NEWS by Terry Appenfeldt Our new location is at the Don Smith Learning Academy at 400 East Burnett Street. Our previous Senior Center location had 340 square feet and we now have 1,500 square

STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES DATE FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 2016 Reaccreditation Kay said there are 19 topics that need to be reviewed on the 9th section and hopefully they will be finished by the end o

THE PEOPLE WE WORK WITH Our ability to work with community agencies and partner with community businesses and organizations is part of the overall effort to bring quality programs and activities to ac

SENIOR TRAVEL CLUB DAY TRIPS THE LAND OF OZ WASH DATE SATURDAY, JUNE 11 Cost 39 Registration deadline Tuesday, June 7 Bus departs at 830 am Returns at approximately 515 pm Welcome to West Bend and C

SENIOR TRAVEL CLUB EXTENDED TOURS NOVA SCOTIA AND CANADAS MARITIMES SEPTEMBER 1624 Cost 2,748 ppdbl air inclusive Registration deadline Last call for passengers Mayflower ToursFeaturing Halifax, the

ial spec ee For s, s t even 3 14 s page Proud Member Of BD Chamber, BRAW, CWAG, Discover Dodge County, Dodge County Historical Society, Downtown BD Inc., Horicon Marsh Bird Club, ICAA, NABS, NCOA, N

Fam FREE ily E vent 209 S. Center Street, Beaver Dam 900 am Wood Duck Nestboxes Their Occupants By Jack Holly Bartholmai 1000 am Gardening to attract Hummingbirds Chris Jacobs Carol ShirkCerti

Beaver Dam is celebrating its 175th Anniversary and what better way to celebrate than with cake Were looking for Bakers, Artists and Creative Individuals who can best showcase this years theme BEAVER

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